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you vs yourself
Member since Mar-31-05 · Last seen Aug-08-18
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   you vs yourself has kibitzed 6075 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Aug-08-18 Daniel Freeman (replies)
you vs yourself: My condolences to you at this difficult time <sneaky squeaky>. His death, unlike for many in the world, is purely physical. Your son's legacy will live on and he made a difference in a lot of people's lives through his work.
   Feb-14-17 Gibraltar Masters (2017) (replies)
you vs yourself: Impressive tournament from David. Beat some strong players and tied for first. Good to see some young blood showing fire!
   Jan-16-17 Wei Yi vs Nepomniachtchi, 2017 (replies)
you vs yourself: Big win for Wei. Given his tactical fame, I am impressed by his patient play against the super GMs.
   Dec-18-16 Caruana vs Nakamura, 2016 (replies)
you vs yourself: Thanks guys! Beautiful game! I was surprised that white had the luxury of a quiet move like 29.b5
   Nov-25-16 Carlsen vs Karjakin, 2016 (replies)
you vs yourself: 15...b5 with intention of Rb8-Rxb2 and Karjakin might have won this game if Carlsen doesn't play very accurately. Considering this game was decided when Magnus himself played b5, the critical pawn push that Karjakin didn't play will haunt him if he doesn't win this match
   Nov-23-16 Karjakin vs Carlsen, 2016 (replies)
you vs yourself: <Appaz: <Mr. Bojangles: The number of computer first moves Carjack is playing is truly impressive. This is the force that Carlsen is battling against.> Agree, very impressive. I've lost count on how many times I've thought "He can't possibly find that", and then he ...
   Nov-21-16 Magnus Carlsen (replies)
you vs yourself: Carlsen is rightly confident about pushing even tiniest of edges. But there is a price to pay when you always play for a win against other great players in dubious positions. They sometimes find better moves! Great win by Karjakin today. This is good for chess as it'll bring
   Nov-21-16 Carlsen vs Karjakin, 2016 (replies)
you vs yourself: <An Englishman: Good Afternoon: 24.bxc4?! Did Carlsen see some well-concealed tactical trick that forced him to split his own pawns in this manner? What did he see?> He plans to exploit b6. Perhaps he sees that in the long term, his bishop should be on d3 and Q on b1
   Nov-17-16 Carlsen vs Karjakin, 2016 (replies)
you vs yourself: 14.Bxf7+ looks like a mistake. It opens up the f file for black rook bringing it into play without an extra move. It also gives up control of e4 and white has an isolated pawn problem on d4. Can anyone who understands chess better explain the reasoning behind Bxf7+?
   Nov-17-16 Karjakin vs Carlsen, 2016 (replies)
you vs yourself: <Eyal> I asked live what engine preferred and they all said 42..kg6. What is the plan behind Kg6 that both Magnus and engines liked?
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